Financial services giant Wells Fargo has turned to Shell Energy to procure around 150,000MWh of solar power under new power purchase agreements.
Two of California’s Community Choice Aggregators (CCAs) have signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with 8minute Solar Energy for a 250MW solar PV plant with 150MWh of battery storage.
The “vast majority” of projects within 8minute Solar Energy’s US-based solar PV pipeline will co-locate the technology with energy storage, the developer has confirmed.
Sector sheds in two months twice the workers it had gained over two years and could see cumulative losses of 850,000 by 30 June, according to latest update by E2, ACORE and others.
US solar residential player facing layoffs and 2020 uncertainty appoints Tom vonReichbauer as CFO, enlisting individual with past senior roles at Ford, Tesla, Nest and Google.
Power purchase agreements (PPAs) have been signed between First Solar and two community energy utility groups for energy from a 100MW solar power plant with 50MWh of energy storage in California’s Kern County.
8minute Solar Energy has bolted a further 3GW of large-scale solar projects onto its pipeline, taking the developer’s tally to more than 18GW.
‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member Canadian Solar has dismissed patent infringement claims regarding its IP on shingled-cell solar modules made by Solaria as "meritless and unfounded".
ROTH Capital and Wood Mackenzie analysts have updated their outlooks on COVID-19's potential impacts on the US residential and utility-scale solar markets, respectively.
Plan by California Public Utilities Commission hinges upon the roll-out of high volumes of solar (11GW) and battery storage (8.87GW) in US state hit by outages in recent years.
Having already guided expected GAAP net losses of US$145-195 million for 2020, high-performance PV manufacturer, SunPower is planning to make operating cuts to save around US$50 million, due to ongoing impact of COVID-19 and has withdrawn previous financial guidance for the year.
List of public interest workers includes those providing services that are “necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation and essential operation of residences”.
Silicon Valley firm opts to close down facilities in California and New York following criticisms over staff exposure to pandemic, particularly at Fremont car-making facility.
Plant contracted to a number of municipalities and community choice aggregators is set to be built by the end of the year.
Owners of PV firm could spend decades in prison after still-ongoing criminal case found investors including Warren Buffett’s Berkshire were ‘duped’ of US$1bn to fund ‘lavish’ lifestyle.